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higher around 100. i don't mind. >> every equivocating, triangulating son of a pitch in office today spends half his time woring after special interest money. >> has kathleen turner jumped the shark? we have a brand new segment entitled what the heck just happened? ms. turner is featured tonight. >> now leave me alone. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. fomc in the muslim world part 2. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as we told you last night. mr. obama should change his approach when dealing with the muslim world. it's obvious the soft power strategy not working. jihadists don't care what mr. obama says and any sign of sensitivity will be perceived as weakness. not to say we should antagonize muslim governments have to tell them they will be held accountable and actually hold them accountable when measures are harmed. apparently president obama read the riot act to egyptian president morsi and now the egyptians are finally protecting the american
is the signal that our government is sipdzing the rest of the world? we're being equivocal on our values. we're being slow to speak up for vir rights, for human rights. for democracy. we're seeing countries stifle freedom in iran, russia and all these other areas and we're saying we're going to gut our national security, our military. that projects weakness and when you do that, the superpower projecting weakness that creates a vacuum, a void and gets by cups who do not fill our interest and means our adversaries are that much more tempted us and our allies are much less likely to trust us like israel. >> again, the president will address a lot of these today at the u.n. general assembly. >>> mitt romney and paul ryan continue their bus tour through ohio. innant interview yesterday with peter alexander, he asked about recent poll numbers and why he continues to trail in so many critical zwick states. >> i'm very pleased with the fact we have a campaign that is taking our message to the people across america and, look, we're going to win. there's no question in my mind. we're going to wing. t
basicamente fall que el servicio de inmigracin se equivoc en la manera en que manej estos casos.. :01 - :04 :16 - :20 trt: 1:47 o.c: explorar reabrir sus caos." en un voto de 6 a 5, la novena corte de apelaciones fall que el servicio de inmigracin err al determinar que jvenes incluidos en peticiones junto con sus padres, ya no eran elegibles para continuar su proceso de residencia al cumplir los 21 aÑos.. s.o.t. patricia castorena/abogada de inmigración 2:49:13 esta decisión de la corte permite que ese beneficiaria derivado pueda retener su fecha de prioridad y no tenga que empezar de nuevo. la abogada patricia castorena, dice que la decisin afecta particularmente casos de hijos y hermanos de ciudadanos americanos con hijos menores de 21 aÑos.. el fallo les permite retener la fecha de prioridad. el tribunal dijo que funcionarios de inmigracin estaban erroneamente forzando a los inmigrantes a someter nuevas solicitudes de residencia y colocandolas de ltimo en la lista de espera. s.o.t. patricia castorena/abogada de inmigración 16:55:08 si una madre se convierte en residente permanente a
and intimidation and the at least equivocation or mixed signal makes them boulder. >> eliot: a bit of equivocation from george w. bush might not have been so bad. the policies coming from swing state voters seems unequivocal when asked who would do a better job, voters liked like preferred obama over romney. and in florida and in virginia the president favored over his republican rifle. i'm joined by markos moulitsas. thank you for joining us. one week after the convention, the sugar high as it's been referred to has perhaps disappeared. is the race now essentially going to be static? will the president use his three-point over all lead and coast to victory? >> yes you played a clip of romney saying that the race was tied. the race is not tied. it's not even close to being tied. the president has a significant lead and in the swing state polls it's not even close. when you drill down to the swing state numbers romney has an incredibly difficult time getting out of the mid 40s. obama at 48, 49, 50, and romney at 35. what we're seeing in the previous years, it's the smallest it's before been at this
about it? >> i would want to get to the bottom of it, number 1. i would not speak in equivocal terms. i disagree with the original statements that the administration put out in cairo, sympathizing with the people storming the embassy. we should stand up for our values and our free speech rights. so i think that statement was wrong -- and the administration was right to walk it back, after they stood by that statement a couple of times. now what happened in benghazi, afterwards, we have lost four of our diplomats, our ambassador was killed. this is a straj trag -- this is a tragedy. this is outrageous. going forward, we need peace through strength. our adversaries who are tempted to test us need to than america is strong millitarily, that we won't have the devastating defense cuts that questions the resolve and the strength of our military. our president needs to speak with force and clarity for our principles. >> greta: that mixes several issues ever achieving peace through strength. we have the issue of sequestration and afghanistan and what will we do with afghanistan? >> peace throug
, introduction in criminal cases. it's equivocal at best. it sometimes ends up being aggravating, but so far it hasn't panned out. why hasn't it panned out? in part because science isn't quite there yet in that we're able to see some things at a group level, but being able to talk bay single individual to look at their brain and to understand the extent to which their brain differences contribute to their behavior is very challenging. there just isn't enough data for that yet. you can say things at a groupwide level, though. and so kent mentioned earlier the case out of florida in the sue presume court graham in which the court said the juvenile should be treated differently with respect to life without the possibility of parole. the same happened in simmons where the court has treated juveniles differently. it may be the case we can start to do that. we can start to categorize people. we categorized a group of individuals in virginia and said those people who have mental retardation have lesser couple ability for a whole host of reasons, they're more likely to follow people. they're more li
with in these attacks. they are extremists who operate by violence and intimidation. and the least equivocation or mixed signal only makes them bolder. >> in the midst of this, there was a voice. one of mitt romney. it's disgraceful. the obama administration's first response was not to condemn attacks on our diplomatic missions. but to sympathize with those who wage the attacks. mitt romney. >> that was bill bennett reading the statement that governor romney released. it's been criticized by republicans. and now it seems as we end the week several days after the statement, at least some portions of that party either trying to justify that statement or rally around governor romney. >> well, i think he's in a pretty difficult position if you consider the last few days of this. i think a lot of people thought if he had waited a few days this is a full blown international crisis. if this was something that they let play out a bit, then there might have been room for some criticism to go so immediately to politics landed him in trouble. >> they talk a lot about social issues pertaining to the elections. now
coming equivocating, triangulating, hair splitting son of a bitch in office today spends half his time whoring after special- interest money. if officials were elected by ordinary citizens again, they would have to dance with but box, the people -- they would have no one else to dance with but us, the people. that would give me hope. [applause] i have hope that common in this election, women will be empowered and active for ourselves. thank you. [applause] >> last month, a court -- planned parenthood is asking the court to reconsider. you think the courts are becoming less friendly to reproductive rights? >> that is an easy answer. [laughter] yes, they are. unfortunately, one of the things that has not been driven quite as much as it should be in this administration -- and i will say that i think president obama deserves every credit we can possibly give him -- [applause] in any case -- let me get to my notes here -- but we have not filled the court as actively as we could have in this last term with the result that so much of the representation now in the courts and the control of the
by violence and intimidation. the least equivocation or mixed signal only makes them bolder. >>catherine: a senior campaign adviser says the violence would of been diverted under romney saying he would have been more engaged. >> we would be partners in this evolution, not running behind it were seen as part of it. that changes the damage. >>catherine: added new york fund-raiser, romney's slammed the president for not planning to meet with the israel prime minister at the start of the u. n. general assembly next week. romney says it sends a message not just israel, but other nations throughout the middle east and in some respects it is a confusing message. rhetorical attacks came as the president paid tribute to the slain diplomats as their bodies arrived at andrews air force base. despite the campaign's serious posture, romney and his wife to time to make some light-hearted comment to kelly rebuffed in a taped interview slated here next week. romney away dance on the reality show the jersey shore. and ronnie talk about how she once walked in on former president george bush getting a m
there's no equivocation and the platoon commanders when they do the training will make that point. >> commissioner loftus: okay. >> commissioner chan. >> commissioner chan: thank you for your presentation, director. so a couple of questions. one is first it would be a great to get a copy of the powerpoint, maybe after this meeting, an e-mail or hard copy would be great. i'm a visual person. it's nice to have it in front of me. i warranted to as wanted to aske hispanic numbers. i looked on the cal doj website and it explains county arrest data and they list it out to types of crimes also. i still don't understand this discrepancy. so for los angeles this last year i think the latest year they have is 2010 under the cal dodge website they list the category for hispanic arrests and for los angeles it's 157,253 revenues. oakland 11,000 arrests. sanity clara, 19,000 and a small county -- not small but a less densely populated county. saying the wrong name bp so it >> i'd like to know what the data is. >> so when an officer makes a contact, and you put a -- you run a subject say on the
of the. lou: there was no connection our intelligence says without equivocation which is rare at the early stages stages, he was murdered in a terrorist attack affiliate's of al qaeda. >> he was killed in a safe house. had you get into this eight house? lou: precisely the point*. >> it was planned. they knew where to go. i will hold on to this point* they were disgruntled lou: thank you for your thoughts and assuring them tonight as always. [laughter] fred barnes, they give for being with us and up next and islamic slogan for mitt romney. hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. seven years a slobodan replace dope with hope. thank you for being with us. >> 39 days out what of one-third of the votes are already in? we could be there already the most cunning development this week for a record number of americans the election is already done. with 32 states allowing early voting with few r
: there was no connection our intelligence says without equivocation which is rare at the early stages stages, he was murdered in a terrorist attack affiliate's of al qaeda. >> he was killed in a safe house. had you get into this eight house? lou: precisely the point*. >> it was planned. they knew where to go. i will hold on to this point* they were disgruntled lou: thank you for your thoughts and assuring them tonight as always. [laughter] fred barnes, they give for fred barnes, they give for being with us and up next seems they haven't been moving much lately. but things are starting to turn around because of business people like you. and regions is here to help. with the experience and service to keep things rolling. from business loans to cash management, we want to be your partner moving forward. so switch to regions. and let's get going. together. seven years a slobodan replace dope with hope. thank you for being with us. >> 39 days out what of one-third of the votes are already in? we could be there already the most cunning development this week for a record number of americans the electio
our intelligence says without equivocation which is rare at the early stages stages, he was murdered in a terrorist attack affiliate's of al qaeda. >> he was killed in a safe house. had you get into this eight house? lou: precisely the point*. >> it was planned. they knew where to go. i will hold on to this point* they were disgruntled lou: thank you for your thoughts and assuring them tonight as always. [laughter] fred barnes, they give for being with us and up next with the spark miles card from capital one, thor's couture gets the most rewards of any small business credit card. your boa! [ garth ] thor's small business earns double miles on every purchase, every day! ahh, the new fabrics, put it on my spark card. [ garth ] why settle for less? the spiked heels are working. wait! [ garth ] great businesses deserve the most rewards! [ male announcer ] the spark business card from capital one. choose unlimited rewards with double miles or 2% cash back on every purchase, every day! what's in your wallet? [ cheers and applause ] so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who wo
we're going to protect life. the values that are so important to us we're not going to equivocate on them. we're going to show a loving side of people make mistakes and we're going to love you and take care of you. >> shannon: how do you respond to other side of aisle, they are offered only party that offered a real choice? >> i disagree. women are diverse group, as well. i'm a big believer that you get free will, true freedom whether freedom of taxation or regulation are over litigation is about free will. you get to make those decisions. i will suggest that the republican party is that party of free will. you are going to make some mistakes. we happen to think abortion is wrong. we restrict that in our state because that is a living human being. it is not just a mass of flesh. we know at 18 days the heart starts beating. you can see those little hands and little feet. their idea is somehow, until you come out of the womb you are not a human being. the republican party disagrees, disagrees strongly. they are free to make those decisions, but people have been making wrong decision
nuclear issue. he is equivocal in the arab spring. he leads from behind in libya. the theory was if we go soft and we are very nice, if we -- if we say [speaking in arabic [enough times, it will be all right. he decided, the theory and therefore the practice is going to be, retreat and withdraw. remember the line he uses? the tide of war is receding. >> sean: exactly. >> that means the tide of american power is receding. and the reason that american interests, schools, embassies, businesses are aflame in the middle-east from tunis to south asia is because things don't happen in a vacuum. when you withdraw the power and the influence of the strongest country on earth from a region, the vacuum will be filled. >> sean: great point. >> whaty are seeing is the salafists, the islamist, understanding this is their opening, america is in retreat. the tide of america is retreating in the region. and they are now going to fill the gap. >> sean: all right -- >> that's why all of this is happening. >> sean: charles, a superb analysis. here's what's happened. you see the world is burning. they are aga
attacks. >> they are extremists who operate by violence and intimidation. and the least equivocation or mixed signal only makes them bolder. >> reporter: on cnn, a senior campaign adviser claims the violence would have been prevented under a president romney, saying he would have been more engaged in the arab spring. >> so we would be partners in this evolution, not running behind and not seeing as part of that. i think that changes the dynamic. and so, yes, there would be a difference. >> reporter: at a new york fund-raiser, romney slammed the president for not planning to meet with israeli prime minister benlg minh netanyahu, at the start of the united nations's general assembly next week. romney says it sends a message not just to israel but throughout the middle east and in some respects it's a confusing message. the rhetorical jabs came as the president paid tribute to the slain diplomats, as their bodies arrived at andrews air force base. despite his campaign, syria's posture, romney and his wife took time to make some light-hearted comments to daytime talk show host kelly ripa
do not equivocate on those values, and if it happens to offend someone and you respond to that offense with murder and rioting, i'm sorry, that's not something we can apologize for or understand in any way. >> quickly, lz, finally, mitt romney, did he jump the gun for attacking the administration for their response on the embassy attack? >> mitt romney is not a stupid guy but he does a lot of stupid things, and i think this was definitely one of them. if you want to be president, you don't take these moments of national tragedy and try to positiveliticize them in the wa did and it makes him look weak. i don't think the president actually apologized for the war with american citizens, he was trying to put it into context. it comes out as aggression because we're in the heart of the political season. >> i see will wants to respond, but it's not going to happen baupz we' because we're out of time. you just have to have the prune face there, will. >>> most of us have done it, sent an e-mail by accident to the person the e-mail was about. even the catholic church isn't immun
with in these attacks. they are extremists who operate by violence and intimidation, and the least equivocation or mixed signal only makes them bolder. look across that region today and what do we see in slaughter of brave dissidents in syria, and mobs storming embassies and consulates and iran four years closer to gaining a nuclear w weapon, and israel our best ally in the region treated with indifference bordering on contempt by the obama administration. amid all of the threats and dangers what we do not see is steady, consistent american leadership. in the days ahead, and in the years ahead, american foreign policy needs moral clarity and firmness of purpose. [ applause ] only by the confident exercise of american influence are evil and violence overcome. that is how we keep the problems abroad from becoming crises, and that is what keeps the peace, and that is what we will have in a romney/ryan administration. in the all important election of 2012 values voters are also economic voters. this election will hold the incumbent accountable for the economic failures and affirm the pro growth agenda of mi
. it is certainly unacceptable for president mohammed morsi of egypt basically equivocate about whether he was pro or con, these demonstrations and security forces, sitting on their hands for nothing. i think we really need to be very clear about what we expect from this government, whether they are elected or not. they are responsible now for the country. and they are contrary to fundamental interest. >> but that has not been the policy. certainly during this administration, because, for one thing, when the sunnis knew that there were some guarded response to provocation, if you will, and actions against our national interest, because we are engaged in two wars, rack and now, continuing in afghanistan with a military that is severely tested by the challenges that they still face in afghanistan and in other countries, not only in the middle east and north africa, as you know. >> the president bragged about ending the war in iraq. people think the united states bailed out. they see us doing nothing in syria and instead doing savage massacres. in the case of libya, we sat on our hands and did very l
with the egyptian government, that was not so recent? that was certainly a very equivocal type answer. so if we get a clear unequivocal statement, not somebody saying it's garbage or anything else, we get the attorney general, secretary of state, to say emphatically that he will never, ever be released from an american prison and he will die in prison, that's a different story. >> so when the spokesman for the national security council says, and i will put it up one more time, the spokesman for the national security council says the blind sheikh is going to serve out his life sentence, that seems like a pretty flat -- firm statement to me. >> well, he didn't say he's serving it out in an american prison. the justice department did but the national security council didn't. remember, president morsi is saying transfer him to egypt and they will put him in an egyptian prison for life. there's a difference. he didn't say he's not going to be transferred. he said he's going -- >> he did go on to say, mr. chairman, he did go on to say there are no discussions about transferring him, these reports are wro
by cutting military with defense cut by equivocating when we speak overseas about these issues it projects weakness. and when america projects weakness our adversaries are more willing to pass us more of an incentive to attack us. allies have less reason to trust us. with the projection of weakness we disagree with that. we believe with speaking with moral clarity and purpose overseas so we are res lieutenant. if we are res lieutenant allies will be more willing to trust us. >>> romney's campaign surrogate and former new hampshire governor also talking. he's hitting the president over missing daily intelligence briefings. >> let me tell you what the big problem with the president is. he's absolutely lazy and detachd from his job when he doesn't go and attend 60 percent of the detailed residential daily briefings that come from the cia and thinks he can skim it on his ipad instead of sitting down and engaging in what i -- i was in a white house with george herbert walker bush. he took that brief every day. george w. bush took it every day i believe bill clinton took it every day. he thinks
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